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"Take ownership" of orphaned meetings

When someone leaves the company, they often have recurring meetings that remain on other calendars. We need a way to take ownership of a meeting - have the system check to see if the owner's account still exists (or isn't disabled and a resource account, for those companies like mine that don't delete mailboxes for a month after the colleqague leaves the company), and if the owner account doesn't exist (or is like the ...more »

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Outlook Email Sorting and Archiving

There should be a tool on emails suggesting the folders to archive them based on matching words from new email and existing emails, i.e.: There is a topic under discussion on an email chain and you have already created a folder to store these emails. When you receive a new email about this topic, you can read the email still on your Inbox and there is an option on the email itself suggesting to store this email on that ...more »

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See free/busy data for everyone in all my organizations

I have two Exchange accounts registered in Outlook, one for Company A (e.g. my employer) and one for Company B (e.g. my client's firm - I'm a consultant). If I am trying to schedule a meeting with people from both organizations, I should be able to see everyone's free/busy data in the Scheduling Assistant view, not just the ones in the organization of the account that is sending the meeting invite.

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Unsubscribe from group emails

There should be an option to unsubscribe from group emails if you feel you're not necessary for the discussion.

It would alert the person who initiated the email chain of your request to unsubscribe and they can approve/disapprove the request.

If approved, all participants will have you removed from the email chain.

This would require saving the group details on the server I think to manage the subscribers.

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